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Title: The Newton-Wigner localization concept and noncommutative space
Authors: Mir-Kasimov, Rufat M.
Keywords: Localization
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Springer Verlag
Source: Mir-Kasimov, R. M. (2005). The Newton-Wigner localization concept and noncommutative space. Czechoslovak Journal of Physics, 55(1 SUPPL. A), A251-A260. doi:10.1007/BF03032011
Abstract: In the formulation of the Newton-Wigner postulates for the relativistic localized states the hypothesis of commutativity of the position operator components is silently accepted as an evident fact. In the present work it is shown that commutativity is not necessary condition and the alternative (noncommutative) approach to the relativistic position operator and localization concept can be realized in a framework of the physically as well as mathematically comprehensive scheme.
Description: 20th International Meetings' Advanced Studies Institute (ASI) on Symmetries and Spin, SPIN-Praha 2004; Prague; Czech Republic; 5 July 2004 through 10 July 2004
ISSN: 0011-4626
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